This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...applicant existed, he would not obtain the job, because the business concern would have to close its doors — and that their competition for the job is to their interest, even though one of the m will lose in that particular encounter.

(c) Responsibility. Neither man has the moral right to declare that he doesn’t want to consider all those things, he just wants a job. H
e is not entitled to any desire or to any “interest” without knowledge of what is required to make its fulfillment possible.

(d) Effort. Whoever gets the job, has earned it (as...
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